What is The Good Old Attachment Theory?

“They say you don’t get over someone until you find someone or something better. As humans, we don’t deal well with emptiness. Any empty space must be filled. Immediately. The pain of emptiness is too strong. It compels the victim to fill that place. A single moment with that empty spot causes excruciating pain. That’s why we run from distraction to distraction and from attachment to attachment.” Yasmin Mogahed

Hey loves, welcome back!

So, I’m sure you’re thinking about how this topic could possibly be fascinating or have anything to do with me. Now, I’ve always wanted to work for a magazine, so I decided to channel my inner artist and attempt something different. I’d like to keep working on incorporating my artistic side and presenting this material in an engaging manner. This is a topic I’ve talked about a lot, especially on social media. You can find it in the list below. I just thought it would be great to raise awareness about this issue and start a conversation about it.

Below you’ll find the different types of attachments there are some signs that you may see in relationships involving him does attachments and other things.

After reflecting on how I was raised in relationships throughout my life, I’ve discovered that I’m a pretty avoidant attachment person. As I grew up, many of my feelings were ignored, and I was supposed to constantly be the happy person who pretended that problems didn’t exist. And it’s something I’ve observed in every relationship I’ve ever had. This isn’t right for that individual, and it isn’t right for me. And I’m well aware that I need to do something about it.

Here’s the Thing

I am working on expressing myself more although it may not be to people because not everyone has the best interest when I find out things about your life, I am expressing myself more. Whether it be riding, working out, or just letting out a good cry. This is what people who have avoidant attachment need to learn to do.

Another issue with my attachment style is that I tend to only see the good in people which really sucks because they can be doing me so wrong and I just remembered I have a nice sleep and me. A lot of people tend to take advantage of people like that.

I have been through so much in my life so I tend to have high walls and strong boundaries build up, and it takes a lot to break them down. Once they are broken down and I am miss treated, I build them up even stronger.


I can go so much deeper into this topic and trust me I will! But I want to know how you guys feel about this theory and does it spark interest. Above is a quiz to find out your attachment style. Please take it and let me know below in the comments what your attachments dollars! I look forward to seeing you guys in the next post so we can dig deeper into this topic! Until then kisses!

5 thoughts on “What is The Good Old Attachment Theory?

  1. This is an incredibly interesting post. I’ve never heard of attachment theory before, but after reading this post, I realize I have a LOT of experience with avoidant attachment. I relate to many of the things you said above: always expected to be happy, always seeing good in person (even when they’re not good). Looking forward to reading more about your thoughts on this.

    • Omg I’m so glad you understand. It’s very hard seeing people for who they really are. I’m glad you enjoyed the post. It’s definitely an interesting topic! 😀

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